“… goes from vehicle after vehicle, and doesn’t have any relationship to those vehicles.
It is about seeing what it is to be in play, but not identified with being player. Then one can accept juxtaposition and accept whatever happens.
There are inner mechanics to live by, and the outside is just what it is – a movie, a passing scene, but you are not one with that. To be juxtaposed, you can’t be one with that.
The yin and yang can make love, but still two remain.
We’re always going to have juxtaposition, as it is the dynamic tension that creates life.”
– Ra Uru Hu